Los Angeles: Natural History Museum

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My brother and I like going to museums, especially ones with a lot of science and animals. And by animals, I mean dinosaurs. So when we heard that the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles had a huge dinosaur exhibit, we had to go!


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Of course we looked at the rest of the museum as well. It had exhibits of various geographical areas and featured animals of those habitats.DSC_0697

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We then moved on to the butterflies! Which were honestly really hard to find.

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And finally, the dinosaurs!

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We then moved on to other mammals, including sloths, polar bears and mammoths!DSC_0936

They also had some live animals — though most of them were creepy and luckily kept in glass boxes (I’m talking to you, spiders).
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We then moved on to animals throughout North America and ended with animals in colder environments.
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Have you visited the museum? What did you think? Let me know in the comments!

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